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Prospects for Investing in 3D Bioprinting Technology in Russia

ФИО студента: Alexandra Veselkova

Руководитель: Ildar Khairullin

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Social Sciences

Программа: Health Care Administration and Economics (Master)

Год защиты: 2021

3D bioprinting is a promising area of ​​regenerative medicine in the 21st century, the essence of which is to obtain the most imitating “natural” tissues and organs from human cells using various 3D printing technologies.At present, there is a tendency for a shortage of donor organs and an increase in the number of in-need recipients all over the world. There is a need to search for new methods of solving the current situation. One of these most promising solutions is 3D bioprinting.This master’s thesis assesses the investment prospects of 3D bioprinting of artificial organs on the scale of the Russian Federation from the position of a private investor interested in creating a biotechnological laboratory, and also proposes an original business model, where a certain niche is chosen as the leading direction - the liver.

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